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James Pinchin

Transitional Assistant Professor in Geospatial Science, Faculty of Engineering

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James is currently interested in user-centred approaches to the measurement of human movement. He is involved in a series of projects which aim to use movement to answer questions about human… read more

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Current Research

James is currently interested in user-centred approaches to the measurement of human movement. He is involved in a series of projects which aim to use movement to answer questions about human behaviour and the design of places and systems.

  • I. PEREZ, J. PINCHIN, M. BROWN, J. BLUM and S. SHARPLES, 2016. Unsupervised Labelling of Sequential Data for Location Identification in Indoor Environments Expert Systems with Applications. 61, 386–393
  • I. PEREZ, M. BROWN, J. PINCHIN, S. MARTINDALE, S. SHARPLES, D. SHAW and J. BLAKEY, 2016. Out of hours workload management: Bayesian inference for decision support in secondary care Artificial Intelligence in Medicine. 73, 34-44
  • JING, HAO, PINCHIN, JAMES, HILL, CHRIS and MOORE, TERRY, 2016. An Adaptive Weighting based on Modified DOP for Collaborative Indoor Positioning Journal of Navigation. 69(02), 1-21
  • MILNE, HEATHER, ROGERS, MILES, BLUM, JESSE, PINCHIN, JAMES and BLAKEY, JOHN, 2016. How much of a doctor�s on-call shift is spent searching for equipment and paperwork? A mixed methods study Future Hospital Journal. 3(Suppl 2), s1-s1
  • PEREZ, IKER, BROWN, MICHAEL, PINCHIN, JAMES, MARTINDALE, SARAH, SHARPLES, SARAH, SHAW, DOMINICK and BLAKEY, JOHN, 2016. Out of hours workload management: Bayesian inference for decision support in secondary care Artificial Intelligence in Medicine. 73, 34-44
  • SHARPLES, SARAH, BROWN, MICHAEL, PINCHIN, JAMES, BLUM, JESSE, NAGIYEV, ARZOO, RYAN, BRENDAN, SHAW, DOMINICK and BLAKEY, JOHN, 2015. Ubiquitous Technologies for Capture of Real-World Performance In: Proceedings 19th Triennial Congress of the IEA. 14
  • PINCHIN, J., SMITH, G., HILL, C., MOORE, T. and LORAM, I., 2014. The potential of electromyography to aid personal navigation In: 27th International Technical Meeting of the Satellite Division of the Institute of Navigation, ION GNSS 2014. 2. 1609-1615
  • PINCHIN, JAMES, BROWN, MICHAEL, BLUM, JESSE, SHAW, DOMINIC and BLAKEY, JOHN, 2014. Integrating WiFi based positioning with a job management system to study task management behaviour In: 2014 IEEE/ION Position, Location and Navigation Symposium-PLANS 2014. 193-200
  • JOHN D BLAKEY, MICHAEL BROWN, JAMES PINCHIN, MARK BARLEY, SARAH SHARPLES, 2014. PRO: confronting resistance to rule-based medicine is essential to improving outcomes
  • PINCHIN, JAMES, SMITH, GAVIN, HILL, CHRIS, MOORE, TERRY and LORAM, IAN, 2014. The Potential of Electromyography to Aid Personal Navigation In: Proceedings of the 27th International Technical Meeting of The Satellite Division of the Institute of Navigation (ION GNSS+ 2014).
  • PINCHIN, J. RACK,W., 2011. High Accuracy Ice Surface Roughness Characterisation Using GPS KTD and a Laser Distance Meter In: ION GNSS 2011. 1290-1298
  • PINCHIN, J. HIDE,C. MOORE,T., 2011. Integration of Heading-Aided MEMS IMU with GPS for Pedestrian Navigation In: ION GNSS 2011. 1290-1298
  • PINCHIN, J. PARK, D. and CHEN, X.Q., 2009. GNSS Attitude Determination on a Mini UAV Aided By a Platform Dynamics Model In: ION GNSS 2009.
  • PINCHIN, J., HIDE, C., PARK, D. and CHEN, X.Q., 2008. Precise kinematic positioning using single frequency GPS receivers and an integer ambiguity constraint In: Position, Location and Navigation Symposium, 2008 IEEE/ION. 600-605
  • HIDE, C., PINCHIN, J. and PARK, D., 2007. Development of a low cost multiple GPS antenna attitude system In: ION GNSS 2007. 88-95

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